NSF Summer Institute on Nano Mechanics
and Materials

   
Home
Courses
Personnel
Registration
NSF Fellowship
Accommodations
Travel Directions
Contact
 
Micro and Nano Devices with Applications to Biology and Nanoelectronics

Dr. Orlando Auciello is a Senior Scientist in the Division of Materials Science at Argonne National Laboratory (ANL). Auciello earned his MS (1973) and PhD (1976) degrees in Physics from the Physics Institute "Dr. Balseiro" (National University of Cuyo and Atomic Energy Commission, Argentina) with a thesis on basic physics of ion interaction with solids. After graduation, Auciello held positions at McMaster University (Hamilton-Canada), the University of Toronto-Canada , North Carolina State University (Raleigh-NC), and the Microelectronic Center of North Carolina before coming to Argonne National Laboratory. Auciello is a member of several scientific societies, an author or co-author in about 450 publications and six patents on different subjects, from electrodes for non-volatile ferroelectric memories (NVFRAMs) to field emission cathodes for flat panel displays and other devices. He is an editor or co-editor of nine books on the science and technology of ion, plasma, and laser interaction with solids and the science and technology of thin films. He is co-editor of the book series Plasma-Materials Interaction and Science and Technology of Oxide Thin Films (new) published by Academic Press.


Personal Web Page